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CEO Message - Nov/Dec 2020

It seems like all I have talked about in my CEO messages since March is COVID-19. Unfortunately, this continues to be our reality. As I write this, our lobby remains closed to the public. If you have any landline or Internet needs that Triangle may fulfill, please give us a call. We still have employees here in the office and remote workers who are happy to assist you with your phone and Internet services. Triangle understands the importance...

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CEO Message - Sept/Oct 2020

In March, Triangle Communications (Triangle) made the difficult decision to close our doors to the public for the safety of our members and our employees. We had hoped that the pandemic would be under control by now and we would be able to resume normalcy. That has not happened, and we are now under the Governor’s request that a mask be worn in all public locations. As such, we will continue to keep our doors closed for now. When this...

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Beware of work-from-home scams

It can sometimes be tricky to spot work-from-home scams since they often appear alongside legitimate opportunities on popular job-search websites. But it's important to educate yourself to avoid losing money instead of gaining a job. The median loss for work-from-home scam victims is about $1,200, according to the Better Business Bureau's BBB Scam Tracker. Federal officials have raised alarms about such scams spiking amid the coronavirus...

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FAQ: How can I spot a fraudulent website?

Question: I'm concerned about accidentally shopping from a fraudulent website. How can I spot the fakes? Answer: Watch out for these common red flags: 1) A URL starting with http:// The first thing you want to look for on a website is the https:// at the beginning of the address. The "s" in https:// stands for "secure," indicating the website uses encryption to transfer data, protecting it from hackers....

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Phishing Emails - Avoid the Bait!

Phishing  can be emails, texts, or calls you receive that seem to be from a company or people you know.  But they are scammers.  They may send you a link to click on asking for personal information like a password, social security number or date of birth or they may even try to gain access to your computer.  Here is how phishing works: You get an email or text  They pretend to be someone you know and ask...

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